[NXC UserInteraction Library]

LocationType drawAlignedText (string text_, int yPosition_, UIN_ALIGNMENT alignment_, int maxWidth_ = -1)

Draw single- or multi-line text with specified alignment. The LINEBREAK_CHAR(default #) character can be used as carriage return. The string will be automatically split into lines by words.

Parameters:
text_ Text to draw
yPosition_ Starting Y position of text
alignment_ UIN_ALIGNMENT of the text
maxWidth_ (Optional) Maximum width of the text. Default = DISPLAY_WIDTH

Returns:
LocationType where X = X position of left-most line, Y = text height

Related:
enum UIN_ALIGNMENT


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